In August, Netflix released their poster for the movie, “Cuties.” When it was met with revulsion and disgust, they apologized and assured everyone it did not faithfully represent their upcoming French Film. They lied.
Families of law enforcement speak out about the current climate of being a law enforcement officer, and what they want the public to know.
Here in the United States, this pandemic has illustrated the breakdown of “community.” This is a war against a deadly microbe that has no political allegiance and knows no borders.
Buying local has a number of good benefits outside of keeping jobs here; it can also help with human rights and lowering pollution.
The story of how women in colonial America were allowed to vote, how that right was removed with the constitution, and how they fought to get it back.
“This is not merely a matter of spurring growth for growth’s sake. As the rest of the metro moves forward, Sapulpa is in danger of sliding backwards into being a largely undesirable area of the metro.”
“Crime, however, is not what defines Sapulpa. Sapulpa is defined by the indigenous people and immigrants who settled this fair land and built a settlement into a city.”
Could Creek County see the inter-party collaboration exemplified in the northeast?
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Senior Staff Writer Lottie Wilds gives opinions and advice to incoming Governor Kevin Stitt.